The SOLI Steamex Team - Home of The Pro's Since 1960
Our store is proudly located at 472 Jericho Turnpike, Mineola, NY 11501. All of our products are available for sale on our website. Shop Now and receive 20% off your initial order by using the discount code "SAVE20" at checkout. If you should have any questions, please feel free to reach out and call us at (516) 741-5662.
SOLI Steamex brand of cleaning chemicals and janitorial supplies are designed to tackle even the toughest jobs effectively and efficiently. Schools, restaurants, offices and businesses of all kinds trust the SOLI Steamex brand of industrial strength cleaning and restoration chemicals to remove the toughest stains, polish floors, clean glass, sanitize surfaces, and more.
Our cleaning chemicals are designed specifically with the professional in mind. Everything from tough degreasers to delicate hand soaps, we have a solution for every commercial cleaning and janitorial job. Shop our full selection of janitorial cleaning chemicals today and experience the difference you’ve been looking for.
What do you know about us? In 1960 Mr. Ed Matthews decided to create a company called Steamex of Long Island. Mr. Ed Matthews' company had become a success due to the marketing of the Steamex carpet extractors. This particular machine had changed the industry. In addition, Ed Matthews had introduced his own line of cleaning chemical. Mr. Matthews decided to brand his innovative products with the name of "SOLI" to shorten Steamex of Long Island. In addition, Ed Matthews, a flooring contractor himself, sold a wide variety of flooring supplies to the trade. His success allowed his reign to last over 29 years until 1989 when he decided to retire.
He sold the company to Jerry and Nelson Goldberg in 1989. These two brilliant minds added a different dynamic by offering another division catering to the restoration industry. Over the course of their journey, they had developed several chemical products to act against restoration damages. This furthering of advancement, allowed them to introduce training seminars to educate and certify the restoration contractors so they could professionally deal with the major insurance companies.